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    sokin
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        http://www.tanea.gr/default.asp?pid=2&artid=4541001&ct=1
        i know its in greek but its an article about brits coming over and their love for olive oil.
        it mentions one family in west crete and what they do in order to collect it

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        Ray
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            Actually I read the article in Tanea. It talks about a young family with young children who came to Crete and bought a house with 8 olive trees. There are adverts in the article for ‘Snobby" homes that aren’t very big and were a reasonable price, so maybe they had one of them. It says little about olive harvesting and the current low price of oil, and to be honest, unless they had a great deal of money, I doubt that they are still here.

            Ray

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